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If 2020 is the lost year for travel, will 2021 be the year of recovery?

If 2020 is the lost year for travel, will 2021 be the year of recovery?

Many signs point to a quick rebound for travel in 2021. That's because people will be making up for missed travel in 2020 and trying to use their travel vouchers, which expire soon. Travelers will have to time their trips carefully. There's a lot of evidence of travel intent. Over the last four weeks, Skyscanner.com has seen a 368% jump in searches for international destinations for travel in January.

The two types of travelers you'll meet during the year of travel: One is on a replacement vacation, many travelers ended up with vouchers after they canceled. Those often expire within a year, so there's likely to be a rush to redeem them. And the second type is the one who waited an entire year to get out and travel. Stuck indoors for the better part of 2020, these travelers will want to do more and will be willing to spend more, according to experts.

Looking at the global data, the results show that the United Arab Emirates is the most popular destination overall for 2021, followed by Qatar, Canada, and the USA. Continent by continent, the Maldives is the top holiday destination for Europeans. Travel is going to look different post-corona virus, but this may not be a bad thing. Places that were once crowded will suddenly be enjoyable again, though it is likely many travellers will opt for more isolated escapes. But no matter what, we will be back in the skies next year!

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Huge project in Georgian Hospitality sector

Huge project in Georgian Hospitality sector

Founders of World Tourism Organization Academy, International Centre in Tbilisi will be business figures and 10 leading business groups including company “Granat”.

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We are investing in Hilton Hotel, unique project designed by Piero Lissoni Architettura Milano

We are investing in Hilton Hotel, unique project designed by Piero Lissoni Architettura Milano

In 1986, the Italian architect, art director and designer Piero Lissoni, together with Nicoletta Canesi, founded the interdisciplinary studio Lissoni Associati in Milan, focusing on architecture as well as interior and product/light design.  Lissoni and his multinational team thus comprehensively cover these areas, completing them with graphics, art direction and corporate identity.

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Hotel industry statistics for April 2018

Hotel industry statistics for April 2018

With so much news and research taking place across the hospitality industry, it’s hard to keep track. Here are some hotel industry statistics you might have missed in April:

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Famous Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni led a Master Class in collaboration with GRANAT

Famous  Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni led a Master Class in collaboration with GRANAT

Piero Lissoni is an Italian architect and designer, known for his contemporary furniture design. He founded the interdisciplinary studio Lissoni Associati in Milan in 1986, a studio specializing in architecture, interior design and product design and Graph.X ten years later. Lissoni and his multinational team thus comprehensively cover these areas, completing them with graphics, art direction and corporate identity. Projects extend globally to include private villas, residential buildings, offices, factories, retail, theatres, restaurants, hotels and yachts. Alessi, Benetton, Boffi, Cassina, Knoll International, Poltrona Frau, Porro, Tecno, Wella: these are only a few of the prestigious customers for which Lissoni Associati has built showrooms in Italy (Milan, Venice) and abroad (France, USA, Turkey, Japan). The common denominator of all their projects is elegant design and a talent for “cohabitation of different styles” and brand identities.

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